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Monday, April 4, 2011

Zen Monday: #140


It's Zen Monday, the day you experience the photo and share in the comments what you've learned.

Your first Zen Monday? Tell us what comes to mind--what the photo makes you think of or how it makes you feel. There's no right or wrong, no secret, no prize. Just have fun.

Mondays are your turn. I enjoy Mondays very much.

20 comments:

Susan Campisi said...

We have studious trees here in Dena.

Ted Thompson said...

It's not fair! There was TIME now...

Steven said...

"Oh Magoo, you've done it again!"

If you remember that line you are officially "OLD."

Margaret said...

tree-focals?

Vanda said...

Muppet Tree People!

altadenahiker said...

I just vote on zen mondays. And this monday, I vote for Ted.

altadenahiker said...
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Petrea said...

Not true, Hiker. There's no right answer. I don't even understand Ted's. Do I have to research TIME covers?

... daisy... said...

My first reaction was a smile so I guess it was funny and uplifting!!! :-D
I think exactly the same about Mondays really :-O and everybody in the office thinks I'm crazy! :-) So good to know someone else shares my thought or I share someone else's thought! :-)

Clifford Beshers said...

Quantum tunneling gone bad; another Cal Tech grad student fails to create transporter technology.

Rip said...

3rd grade. Mrs. (Virginia) Jones says "Rip, Where are my specs??!!"

Anonymous said...

gb: looks just like you.

Sidney said...

We no longer *need* to see the forest for the trees. The trees now have Optical Coverage.

postie said...

Ah yes this is the lost glasses tree. Ive seen the lost hat tree and the lost gloves tree but this is the first lost glasses tree. Check out my blog and see a post of the lost gloves tree. http://sidelinenow.blogspot.com/

Speedway said...

See der tree?
Tree sees me!
No weeping willow,
just a bit fir-sighted.
Guess it could not see forest.

WV: Arring - What Sadie wants, and getting grumpy about it! :-D

Bellis said...

He he he, I love Clifford's.

The tree was glad he'd got glasses at last. Now he could actually see where the nearest female tree was - it saved all that random casting of pollen to the wind (and saved a few humans from allergies).

Ms M said...

Now where did I leave those glasses?? Can't see a darn thing!

Petrea said...

I just noticed the Hiker removed her comment, so mine may not be clear. That's okay, it's Zen Monday. I don't have to be clear.

Ted, I received two emails and a text from people who don't know what your comment means. Will it ruin things if you explain it to us? Maybe Hiker should explain it to us.

Or maybe it should be left alone until we, your pupils, come to an understanding of it, perhaps years from now.

J. said...

Pupils! Ha! Funny.

Bellis said...

Ted has set us a test. Is he our Zen Master? Only TIME will tell.